"FOXCONN" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 84 items for the tag: FOXCONN
NVIDIA Grace CPU-powered servers are coming from Taiwan tech giants
NVIDIA proudly announces Taiwan tech giants are the first to build system designs based on NVIDIA's new Grace CPU Superchip.
Intel CEO: chip shortages 'will now drift' into 2024, up from 2023
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger says that 'overall semiconductor shortage will now drift into 2024, from our earlier estimates of 2023'.
Oh great, the chip shortage is now affecting Samsung TV production
Samsung says if the on-going chip shortage continues that it 'may not be able to produce TVs' and that it's trying to stop that.
Global chip shortage is now affecting routers: 60-week order delays
Sigh... the CPU + GPU + next-gen console shortage is now going to extend to your home router -- with 60-week delays in new orders.
Foxconn admits component shortages are here until at least mid-2022
Foxconn says the on-going component shortage for electronic components will see shortages into AT LEAST the second quarter of 2022.
AMD and Intel urge Biden administration to fund their manufacturing
AMD, Intel, Micron, and Qualcomm send a letter to Joe Biden, asking for 'substantial funding' for manufacturing in the USA.
Foxconn developing Micro-LED smart glasses for 2023
Foxconn is building AR smart glasses that use Micro-LED displays but the technology is going to take three years to develop.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 cooler: rumored to cost $150 on its own
NVIDIA's interesting GeForce RTX 3080 cooler could be expensive, costing $150 on its own.
Sony to reveal PlayStation 5 console soon to get head start on leaks
Sony should finally reveal the PS5's final design in an effort to curb any production leaks.
TSMC rumored to build bleeding edge silicon plant in the US, 5nm first
President Trump paves the way for TSMC stamp 'Made in the USA' on future tech products.
The White House talking with Intel, TSMC to set up factories in the US
The goal is to reduce the dependence of the US on making processors in Asia.
Coronavirus may delay PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X launch past 2020
If not quelled, the coronavirus could impact production of next-gen PS5, Xbox SX consoles and lead to a delay.
Coronavirus to interrupt Switch production and stall console supply
Nintendo warns consumers that China's coronavirus would impact Switch hardware and accessory supplies in Japan.
Intel recalls Xeon E-2274G because they included a crappy fan
Intel's crappy stock cooler with Xeon E-2274G sees the CPU recalled.
Foxconn factory in the US first job: an airport coffee ROBOT
This is how Skynet begins... by making our coffee.
Sony to raise PS5 cost thanks to U.S. tariffs
Sony plans to raise all console prices to offset U.S. tariff hit.
Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony move console production from China
Trade tariffs push major console-makers out of China's production lines.
Consoles could rise in price thanks to new tariff
New regulations could raise the China trade goods tariff by 25% and directly affect the price of video game consoles and accessories.
Foxconn will build US headquarters in Milwaukee
Foxconn double downs on the US, first with a manufacturing plant, and now a new huge HQ.
RED and Foxconn working on cheaper, smaller 8K cameras
Foxconn teams with RED, plans to make 8K cameras more affordable at $10,000 or less.
Bids for Toshiba chip unit reach $22 billion
SK Hynix and other investors are offering $20 billion for Toshiba's lucrative memory business, sources say.
Toshiba misses deadline to sell NAND chip business
Negotiations on Toshiba's chip unit sale remain gridlocked as the Japanese storage-maker holds out on accepting a deal.
Toshiba reports $8.7 billion loss for 2016
Debt from now-defunct Westinghouse nuclear division causes Toshiba's fiscal year net income to plummet.
Sharp to launch new high-end TV brand in US
Sharp will return to North American markets with a new brand of premium HD and UHD television sets.
Nokia 6: the cheaper Nexus/Pixel for just $229
Nokia 6 smartphone launches on July 10 with 5.5-inch LCD, Snapdragon 430, costs $ 229.
New iPhone 8 rumors leak from trusted source
It sounds like the new iPhone 8 or iPhone 7 Plus won't likely be the revolutionary design that people have been reporting.
Qualcomm slaps Apple by suing iPhone manufacturers
Qualcomm is suing four of Apple's Taiwanese manufacturers.
Apple spends $1 billion on manufacturing jobs in the US
Apple is Making America Great Again.
Nintendo expects Switch to sell 110 million units
Nintendo boss expects Switch to sell 110 million units, 20 million in the first 12 months.
Trump drives TSMC, Foxconn to consider US manufacturing
TSMC, Sharp, Foxconn and more could manufacture goods in the US, thanks to Trump.
Foxconn wants to replace nearly every human with robots
Future generations of iPhones won't be made by humans, but by robots - and you shouldn't be surprised.
Foxconn puts brakes on $6bn Sharp acquisition
Foxconn discovers concerning financial details admist Sharp acquisition, puts deal on hold.
Foxconn looking to trim their workforce, favoring robot production
Foxconn are looking at long-term employee cuts, favoring robot production models.
iPhone demand in December helped TSMC, Foxconn report record revenue
Apple's high demand for the new iPhone helped TSMC and Foxconn report record revenues for December.
Foxconn rumored to be making sapphire glass for Apple next-gen product
Foxconn are rumored to be building facilities to produce Apple's next generation of prodcuts.
Apple requests Foxconn builds a new $2.6 billion factory
Foxconn is getting into gear, building an expensive new factory just for Apple.
RumorTT: PS4 problems stemming from possible sabotage at Foxconn
RumorTT: Foxconn interns state they have sabotaged the PS4 manufacturing, which have lead to the issues.
Foxconn demo a new smartwatch that connects to an iPhone, while peering over at Apple
Foxconn get to the finish line ahead of Apple, demo a new smartwatch that works with the iPhone.
ReportTT: Apple looking to Pegatron to produce low-cost iPhone
Apple said to be using Pegatron for low-cost iPhone production.
Apple has returned between 5-8 million iPhone's to Foxconn over quality control issues
Around 5-8 million iPhone's have been returned by Apple to Foxconn over quality control issues.
Nintendo aknowledges underage workers at Foxconn, issues statement regarding fixes
Nintendo issues statement regarding underage interns working at Foxconn on the Wii U.
Foxconn confirms they have employed underage workers
Foxconn confirm they've employed workers as young as 14 years old.
Foxconn workers making the iPhone 5 strike after fights and raised quality control standards
Foxconn employees strike over toughened iPhone 5 quality control requirements.
Foxconn forcing university students to work on the new iPhone
Foxconn reportedly forcing students to work for $243 per month, six days a week building the new iPh.
Foxconn to spend $210 million that would be used exclusively by Apple
Apple to have exclusive production line with Foxconn, Foxconn to invest $210 million in it.
RumorTT: Apple to release iPad Mini: orders placed, release date this summer
Rumor: The Apple iPad Mini rumor refuses to die. A new report out of China adds fuel to the fire.
RumorTT: Foxconn to hire 18,000 new employees to help build the new iPhone for a June release
RumorTT: The new iPhone could see a release in June, Foxconn hire 18,000 more workers to start build.
Foxconn hiring 18,000 workers for a possible June release of the iPhone 5
Foxconn is hiring 18,000 new workers to produce the iPhone 5. It could see a June launch.
Apple, Foxconn set new standard for Chinese workers
Apple and Foxconn address the findings of the FLA's probe into working conditions at Foxconn.
Foxconn could possibly shift new iPhone production to northern China
Foxconn's Taiyuan plant on strike, new iPhone production could be moved to northern China.